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An Exorcist Explains the Demonic

The Antics of Satan and His Army of Fallen Angels
Narrated by: Ryan Turner
Length: 5 hrs and 27 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)
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Summary

From Fr. Gabriele Amorth, the renowned exorcist in Rome, comes this powerful, eye-opening book on the deadly antics of Satan and his fallen angels, as well as spiritual remedies for each.  

This book provides a basic orientation in the dark phenomenology, succinctly explaining Catholic doctrine on the fallen angels and the innumerable manifestations. 

The many questions Fr. Amorth answers in this book include:  

  • Where does the Evil One dwell in the human body?
  • How does the Devil appear and what does he look like?
  • What are the powers that comes from Satan?
  • Do the sins of ancestors influence our life?
  • How are spiritual evils contracted?
  • What is the state of souls in purgatory?
  • What is the role of sacramentals in fighting off temptation?
  • When should exorcisms and prayers of healing be performed?
  • What happens during an exorcism?
  • What you should do when a family is being attacked by a demon?
©2016 Edizioni San Paolo; Copyright 2016 by Charlotte J. Fasi, English translation (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Amber Van Alstyne
  • 27-11-18

Excellent. Straight forward.

Information is easy to follow and written for lay person understanding with specific references throughout. Excellent.

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  • Natalie Reichert
  • 07-02-19

Fantastic book, comically poor narrator

I think the book was worth dealing with the poor narration. I was even able to get used to it after the first couple chapters. The guy does sound like he should be doing action movie trailers instead of audiobooks. The book is incredibly comprehensive and informative on the subject. It’s very helpful in understanding this obscure and often wildly misunderstood subject. Great reads for Catholics.

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  • Weedarkone
  • 28-01-19

GREAT BOOK, WORST NARRATOR EVER

Father Gabriele Amorth is amazing. This book is basically like a dump of all his knowledge onto the page before he died. SUCH a treasury of information. For those who are scared easily--beware. There were some things in this book that upset me so much, I had to pause the recording. The devil doesn't mess around. But this info is important to know.
The TRAVESTY is the narrator. I actually bought this audible book then returned it because the narrator's voice is SO BAD I couldn't take it. But then I bought it again and have been suffering through his horrible reading style and voice just to hear the book.
Think Nicholas Cage in Peggy Sue Got Married. The guy is ridiculous. Like he's trying his scariest scary voice. Ugh. It really is just sad.
This book is essential listening for Catholics. Just offer up having to listen to the horrible narrator for the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
As he mispronounces in the book, his reading is "a real cavalry" (Calvary). Ugh.
EDIT: I find it interesting that this narrator's other projects include SOFT PORN. It's a shame the publisher couldn't find a more appropriate voice over artist. Also, he butcher's Padre Pio's last name. UGH. And don't get me started when he starts his ridiculous attempts at Latin (Ecce Crucem Domino pronounced as Ekay crukem domino.)
ADDENDUM: he pronounces Carmelite as Car-mel-ee-tay. Couldn’t they find someone who had some knowledge of Catholicism? Or at least someone who knew how to look up the pronunciation of unfamiliar words? It’s ridiculous and unprofessional.

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  • colleen
  • 07-02-19

not exactly what is said in title

a lesson in Catholicism not exorcism. But good info about hell and what's waiting for you if you dont repent. what some saints said about hell. a little purgatory etc...

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  • Eddie
  • 06-10-18

great

liked the prayer at the end. good knowledge of the devil and saints. thank you

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  • Mariehemp
  • 02-02-19

Can't get past the intro

I'm disappointed cannot get past the beginning of the book, it faded out and when I hit play again it started over, I fast forward and it does it again